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subUrbia is a 1997 American comedy-drama film written by Eric Bogosian, based on his play of the same name, and directed by Richard Linklater. It follows the relationships between a few young adults as they spend their time standing on "the corner" outside a local convenience store.Bogosian based the story on his own experiences growing up in Woburn, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston. The convenience store setting is based on the 7-11 in the "Four Corners" section of the west side of Woburn, and the high-school fight song that is sung in one scene is the actual Woburn High fight song ("Black and Orange" to the tune of "On Wisconsin").
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(No, he's not gay: In fact, he's married to actress Dina Spybey and has two daughters.) He laughs: "In college, I stopped doing pre-med and went into theater, and then I moved to San Francisco and lived there for five years. I was dating a woman who
revisits most of these same elements, only flipping the script in terms of certain charactersâ€™ genders. Here, Reese Witherspoon stars as Dr. Elizabeth Masterson, a workaholic M.D. who ends up in a coma after a head on car crash.
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The humans are “Junction” Jack (Bob Gunton), a Vietnam vet who plays Sweetknuckle’s conductor, and sweet, bubble-headed Dottie (Dina Spybey). Three puppets fill out the show within the show. Classically trained, egotistical Warren DeMontague (Milano ...
When Steve (Ken Marino) gets promoted he makes his first managerial blunder---hiring Jamie (Rob Schneider) as a temp. Katie: Jenica Bergere. Brenda: Dina Spybey. Timmy: Cody McMains. Russell: Mark Christopher Lawrence.
A fur coat makes Jamie cool when he wears it, and turns Steve and Katie (Jenica Bergere) into lustful animals when she wears it. Brenda: Dina Spybey. Russell: Mark Christopher Lawrence. Jamie: Rob Schneider.
Dina Spybey-Waters, Actress: Just Like Heaven. A petite, stage-trained blonde adept at portraying naive or off-center characters, Dina Spybey Waters first came to ...
Dina Spybey; Born (1965-08-29) August 29, 1965 (age 50) Columbus, Ohio, United States: Other names: Dina Waters: Occupation: Actress: Years active: 1992–present
A petite, stage-trained blonde adept at portraying naive or off-center characters, Dina Spybey Waters first came to prominence in and won a Daytime Emmy Award for the ...
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